Honda Malaysia recalls 55,354 units over fuel pump

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Honda Malaysia (HM) has announced a product recall involving 55,354 units of Honda vehicles of various models. This is to replace the fuel pump as a precautionary measure, in line with the Honda global fuel pump recall.

The affected Honda models were manufactured between 2018 and 2019 – see the chart above for the list of models involved. HM says that all cars produced in 2020 are not affected by this recall.

According to HM, this preventive measure is to address the possibility of loss of engine power or the vehicle stalling due to a faulty fuel pump. As of today, there are no reported cases of of accidents or injury caused by this issue in Malaysia, the company says.

All affected customers will be informed via notification letters, which will include details of the product recall. Upon receipt of the notification letter, customers can make an appointment with a Honda dealership to fix the issue, subject to parts availability. The fuel pump replacement is free of charge and so is workmanship.

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